Question about Microsoft Computers & Internet
Is your windows XP still on your system? do you have a restore copy of XP on a D drive? if so TRY this:
when you start your pc press the F11 key, on MY XP that brings up the restore options for winXP if that doesn't work then use your DOS Emulator (START--> all programs --> Accesories >--< and select command prompt. then type ' cd\windows\i386 and type setup hopefully that will start the installation of windows
try the F11 boot first though
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restore the factory default settings is to press in and hold the RESET button on the Wireless MAXg Router for between five and ten seconds.
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